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Frabill Flow Troll 6-Quart Bucket

Item # 441924
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Key Features

  • Constantly aerates bait when pulled through water

  • Hydrodynamic, balanced shape

  • Floats with bait door facing up


Our Price   $14.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
frabill Pull it behind your boat or use it when wading or fishing in currents-the original Flow Troll minnow bucket is designed to constantly aerate bait as it's pulled through the water! Its hydrodynamic, balanced shape floats consistently with bait door facing up. Self-closing, locking bait door snaps securely to prevent bait escape. Dimensions: 12" tall, 93⁄8" wide at bottom. Capacity: 6 quarts.

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Frabill Flow Troll 6-Quart Bucket
 
4.0

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4.0

Works for me.

By Steely Deacon

from North Ridgeville, Ohio

About Me Avid Fisher

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Maintain
  • Easy To Use
  • Functional

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Fresh Water

    Comments about Frabill Flow Troll 6-Quart Bucket:

    This bait bucket is the best one for my money. 1. It's simple: one piece. 2. Versatile: it can be used with an aerator, or thrown in the lake/river, fit into a cooler, attached to your belt while wading the rivers. 3. Durable: takes a beating on rocks. 4. Light: only holds less than a gallon. 5. Well designed: drag it from a boat, along the stream bed, dump it, the minnows stay, just add fresh water. 6. Cheap: if it breaks, buy a new one.

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